March 1, 2021 – No. 5
Claire Le Gall-Robinson, General Secretary of SCOR, is appointed to the Group Executive Committee
Claire Le Gall-Robinson joins the SCOR Executive Committee effective today.
In addition to her role as General Secretary, which she has held since 2016, Claire Le Gall-Robinson is responsible for the governance, compliance and legal functions. She also assists in the formulation and implementation of the group’s social and environmental responsibility strategy.
Claire Le Gall-Robinson is the second woman on SCOR’s Executive Committee after the appointment of Brona Magee as Deputy CEO of SCOR Global Life in September 2018.
Denis Kessler, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SCOR, Remarks: “I am delighted that Claire Le Gall-Robinson will join the SCOR Executive Committee and expand her responsibilities within the group. Since joining us in 2016, Claire has carried out her duties as General Secretary with great professionalism. She knows the company very well and her professional and human qualities are valued by everyone she deals with. I am confident that Claire will succeed in this new key role. This appointment testifies to the depth and breadth of the company’s talent and demonstrates our determination to develop and nurture all talent within the group. “
Claire Le Gall-RobinsonThe 45-year-old is a lawyer in Paris and New York and a graduate of Harvard Law School (Master of Laws) and Paris II-Panthéon Assas University (corporate and tax law, major de doctorate). She spent more than 17 years with leading US law firms Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Prior to joining SCOR in 2016, she was a partner at UK law firm Gowling WLG. She has been teaching at Sciences Po Law School since 2010. She has written articles on various corporate law topics and co-authored a book on commercial law published by Editions Dalloz.
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In particular, these hypotheses include:
- the duration of the pandemic, its short and long-term health effects,
- Availability, effectiveness, effectiveness, as well as the rate of uptake and effect of the vaccines;
- the response of government agencies worldwide (including the executive, legislative and regulatory);
- the possible judicial measures or social influences;
- the coverage and interpretation of the SCOR contracts in these circumstances;
- assessing the net damage estimates and the impact of mitigation measures.
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